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Welcome to the Volunteer Zone of the BNMS

Thank you for visiting our volunteers area; below you will find information on current vacancies and opportunites available through out the year.

We may be in need of your very skills and appreciate what time and resources you are willing to give.

To apply or request further details on any of the roles listed, please email us at

Student Volunteers

The BNMS conference organising committee is looking for BNMS Student Members to assist on site during the BNMS Annual Spring Meeting. Giving all our student members the opportunity to attend and contribute to one of the most prestigious conferences in the field of nuclear medicine.

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Volunteering Opportunities

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BNMS Procedures and Guidelines - Register Your Interest

The British Nuclear Medicine Society has been at the forefront of guideline production for over 20 years. We are inviting all BNMS members to contribute to the current development of the Society's procedures and guidelines.

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Future BNMS meetings

Get involved with future BNMS Autumn Meetings.

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